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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 March 1870

LOSS OF TDE ONEIDA' We have by mail the heart rending particulars of the loss of the Oneida. These details present tbe conduct of Capt. Eyere of the Bombay in a dia bolical light. He says^he waited " foil fifteen minutes" before procee- ding on his voyage, to leave more than a hqnd&d "brave men to find a watery grave. • THE STATEMENT OP MASTBft TATES. The statement of this officer is,' that when aboat twomiles of Sarato- ga Spit, I saw the lights of the Bom bay; she came right on and struck tbe Oneida on the starboard gangway cutting a bole in us to tbe water's edge, and through which the whole interior of tbe gun-room was visible. She carried "away oor gig, binnacle wheel,, and rudder, instantly killing two men at the wheel. All tbe offi- cers who were not on deck rushed np (or were brought up, some being sick,) and sail was instantly shortened. It was evident to as all that the ship was a total wreck, and that she would go down in a few minutes. As the Bombay haaled away from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 March 1870

- wm;£0- J$T' wwi sr- pjff £&>'/• BH* • |gj|j|gjg|| - , 1 nr-T > From our Gal~eston Correspondent. Gatrnin I leva. The xt* w clock ou top of the baiid- ing corner of Market and Tremont streets- baa been illuminated. I>3 noctorosl Tisage is more legible now tlian formerly, . The new Methodist Episcopal Charch on West Broadway seema to be again uudor process or construe* tion. Workmen are busily engaged on the upper walls. The charch is ballt in the Gothic style, and appa- rently modeled after the Episcopal boildiag on TVenty«second street. Why i-i Gilveaton like a Bloomer- ite* Gtye it apt Well, we don't know neither. ?+■- - The ether day a city swell in at* tempting to get off a beach car whilst in too rapid motion, tamed a beauti- ful sommerset in the sand, much to the jeopardy of a new hat and coat. Swell waa le3S hurt by the fall than the titters of the lady pass angers. Last week the Chief of Pulice had a great sile of those four looted hogs which the Chief a;rested...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

f: MM P£ March 30 1870. A ' Rev. Wx. P. Smith, U. D., died at bis residence, sear Fayetteville, on the 18th inst. Id the winter of 1834-5 Dr. Smith landed at Waahiogtoo,on tbe Brazos. In early ]ifo';to%ad participated in Gen. Jackson's campaign inuLojiisi- ana, whieh terminated in the glorious battle tOrlpan^. . , ,t i « r < -The firsthattle of the Texas Be Vr olution was i©Hgh& at G«n*alee oh the 2d day o#October,-1835. A oooooil of war was 4aHedfey Col. John H. Moore, the Texas ttomirisnder, at whieh'Dr. Smith was present. 1$$#determined to hold on io tbe capno^i^onging to the town of OoBiales, and to attack the Mextftaa. toTees camped near the town for the purpose oil carrying off the cannon anddiearming the citizens. After tb^BoldVers were paraded, Dr. Smith, sitting upon his male, de- livered a most patriotic speech. The Mexicans were driven hack to San * Antonio. The next iayvafter this battle, Gen. Stephen P. .Austin ar- rived and took ~commaad Col. W.T- Austin was app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

v !■! i ii i Mi i ii P Houston. March 25- 1870. The father of a family should never foster a part of his children to the in- i jury of the othenf of his household. ; So with a Goverpment—it fhould notary* «f expediency or policy should jljwi'f lilfrliT"?'f r f i Wlp *t TT1 be wield any irfaence detrissenfcof all. Why should New England be enriched by a oroteetivtf tariff, against the Interests of otiyir Statest '* ' ' : ; ■ ■ Zm-' *7* - ' '4 '■% ' "A The Galveston News complains at theQaiveeten agents of the Ineur- an<ge Companies located out of the Stne, beoause, it says, they will not inveet iq the bonds of that city issued for.the benefit of its fire department. The News threatens them with un friendly legislation* The agents have not fiie power to do it, but certainly should, and doubtless will urge it upon their Companies. The great political struggle now looming np|will be between Centraliza- tion and the BightB of States, and upon it the next Presidential election will tor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

f Houston, March .26, 1870. f>;«iatb ri«ht!i. *?«■>* -ttt 1o l;:'i < i> ii1' ■> No one should be surprised to hear ~ftiMn<the Soatbern people the cry of oppresion, ii>justice and «rong, even though, on every band, tiieisigns of a prosperity Ateabundant, each as are to be eeaa among no other people on the earth. The question for the triumphant Jtepnblicaa-party to determine is, how can ithia cry be hushedf How can the Soathern people be brought to an honest tifed' Gonscteritioua eub« mission: ^tovthetvpofwera that be !" Bow ase Abjto be made to under-; stand and-tionfcss the omnipotency of the general governmeit,iand;-yield a. cheerfal aad hearty obSdiesoe 80 that final, and :irreveeible>:deScrfcOi!which' was rendered- -at Appometox Coort- honie, sealed by the two great chief- \ tana of the age ! j. That deceee must and will be exeduted. Resistance to it, in any.form/ covertly or openly,1 1a as fa tile aa it will he disastrous. It Will be executed in letter an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

HH hi NEW FOUNDLAND BITTEB. THE TELEGRAPH. W. 9. WEBB, Proprietor. Houston, March 31, 1870. ttr 8*t*erfber to ur of omr Imum will (ratly •Mlf* tu.br loctiav «*ka«w promptly of m failure toroetlT*thoitpopart, u livid helpiuto fiadomt, •ad eorreet the eamm. Wanted.—a teacher of the Ger* mall language can learn of a good [situation by applying at once at this office. m24dtf An S zoellent^ pp etizer, Ef «dba toe ICMMCMC, t;) vTWifn* AND GENERAL TONIC. Renewing the Blood, Strengthening the Whole Animal Economy, and Eradicating the Die easet of the Htomaeh, ike Liver, the Intes- tine*, and the Spleen. The Newfoundland Bitter la inoninrparaed atom- tonic, fttid stimulating preparation, which Is diOjr approved by enlarging calls. BetlMnt all that It purports to work, it produce* results highly favor aMatoall persons who use It recnlarly. It is a most pieMin* cordial, which wins the eye by its beantlfa ooloc and perfect limpidity, while its ex«nisite savor and its delicate and aromatic tinct...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

Houston. March 2S> 1870, caivai18 and SHIP cbanrbli. Notwithstanding the extent to which the Suez Canal has been talked about and bewritten, it is doubtful if the colossal nature of the work is popularly understood. It may be ap proximately inferred from the record of a single month in the history of the enterprise. Between May 15 and June 15, of last year, when the Works were in full swing, 58 immense steam dredger* and 11,000 laborers were at work. The expense of the under* taking up to the last accounts ap* wars tohave been about sixteeu mil* loos sterling, and when properly finished, the total outlay of every kind, including a vast percentage for interests and discounts, may, by pos sibllity, he swelled to twenty mil- lions.—Scientific American. And yet there, are some people who doubt the feasibility of our Ship Chan- nel to Houston. Why the work could have been accomplished in a single month if such means had been em* ployed, and there might now have been lying at our wharv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

f The Telegraph- ■$. Cf. fctfEtf, torrespofidiiig Editor. ASX9IT9. DR. A. A. M o B BYuB.'Gal veaton Agent. ;y, A . GEARING- Traveling Texaa Agent.- W. T. PARKS, do do do Teraaa •« the Telegraph. oionuatu 'r-> v* Daily per wear, $16; for six month*, $ 8; er one oonth, $1 50, _ * Tn-Weekly, s« per year; *4 «► for six MOHtll f Weekly, per jam lit - Single oopiee, 10 Houston, Mftr6h27. 1870. noiiee tfast the press in this and other States is giving aid to doming State Fair at this city, by giving it publicity* It will be the largest fair ever held in Texas. Had we a dozed daughters to find husbands we woald prefer to eee .them the wives of poor, sober, moral toil industrious young men, than to marry men possessed of millions, who think their wealth makes them better than their kind. 7 We know not a single young men who remained in either army during the late war and lefc it with morals preserved unscathed, who is not pros-; pering in the world, and on the road to wealth and power. If...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

mm* I' HOUSTON ' TELEGRAPH TEXAS ITEM&%;' ■'A \ ' That Indianola js extending ks limits fes a city cannot be doubted. A walk through its streets wfll convince any one' that we are advancing both in growth and commerce. New baild ingsgreet you on every side, and we are rejoiced to ad&Sbat churches also ai% not forgoTten. 'That we are goipg ahead in ail that makes a ptosperoas city la self-evident. Oar railroad prospects are in the ascendant, and tfeere nothing to hinder us from be- coming one of the principal and most important seaports on the Galf coaBt. —Indianola Bulletin. ' 'J: ]? / We are. pleated to leajcn th# the late freeze ilidnot entirely destroy the prospects of a peach crop, bat merely "thinned them to a stand" on many trees.—Brenham Enquirer. The following from the same paper would indicate that church trustees are getting tired of having their houses of worship prostituted to .the use ot political parties .* We learn that the Republicans held a meeting at Watrou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1870

FlKiK*;i\L v>< « HOUSTON TKLEGKAPH OK KICK, f Wednesday. Ma roll 30 1870. \ Gold opened in New York at 111*. Local money rates atill without change, are M follows: |gffP~"-' lamlnii tttlr t—i I" 5 MX Mr"~« doUars oar. Xmfot WliiP toWX. BXOHANOB- , , , Continues to be in fair request at the fol- lowing rates—. v 81*htoaMsw Vers, mmmtim, X premium do NewOrl<mn«.««rraBcir.... H urein«n 4# .. to- fdt..T... JlTffe! oottohj - ^ (Quotations W* Coin:) *•*- New York cotton market doll and unchang- ed. Liverpool mirket dull, opening at ll$c. outside ouq nations. & 1.20 p m, it had fallen otf, aucrtr&s cabled1' at ll|d. - ' . Tbe Lo6*l ffiwket'this moraim; is quiet, with bUfctiUlatfoiog', though there is plenty offering, bayers and sellers howevor cannot meet upon terms.- y *..• Ordinary.... 16 to 16} Good Ordinary.... ..........171 tol8£ Low Middling. «...18| so 19 Middling <19 to 19f Oar figures tbr weoi are; nominal, no change in the market. Wo quote— ? Foil blooded tunr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

B'MfzC ►r** Houston. April 6, 1870. Help Shoo Ply to ger, married. See hieadvertisement. He is in earnest. The Tammany fight. + So grrat the difference i* yon Ma. Twixt Tweedledum ajd Morrissee. THEHOUSTONi TELEGRAPH WEIE It will, be aeeo by oar telegrams, ll.be e .'Dei thatftthet&emocrats have carried the | election In Connecticut. VOL. XXXVI. -NO. 2. THURSDAY APRIL 1870. ESTABLISHED 1834, The Republican editors 0%Louisi- ana unanimously requested the remo« val of Collector Casey of New Or* leans. j ■ &*.—~~—"• General Senator Ames is soon to lead to the hymeanial altar, Miss Blanche, daughter of Glen. B. F. But- ler, of Massachusetts. Time and ti<ie wait for no man— neither does the march of events wait I for the Lot's-wife politicians of Texas. One might as well expect safe con- duct without a scratch, when led by. a Will o' the Wisp, through a briar- patch, as to expect success to Demo- cracy, nnder the lead of extreme men. On the last hour of the last night J- H. Wie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

w Hpnston. April I- Oat of corps of 5,000 thousand feu?and(fiftyi' *.& tmArn ifW returned, bow. 7J,'^-rr>—TV-,--'!'-* i'- ilUtrt-'- The New York HeraldwantaCen- thefull amount incdbuB, ^rhicli rested upofa ue, crushingout the life of the State has .'i-jute { been removed, and we stand to-day redeemed with power in the hands of \the people. Trae, the offices and •places- are maihly ift tfee posses tl>« nrnxt National Cohven- tion shall be held, they will by their JitJiJu. i.r;i u to /-i.1 j-""1-' - " Men: who take to themselves •trie* .fit them, show -ibey areeither over sensitive or deserve to wear the cape having resorted to myrnamkd altering' thefigureaon check*," the Wakens are going, to checkmate the game by having their checks printed on papers of different colons, hundreds <m red, thousands oa;frIue ,a9dsoo«V into (Jaii/ornia, hie'Califorida ^ pose to pass a law to prevent the de atdacaaacd Chmamenftoa tha* to their a*«y* conn#, ** there China. —------— •iii 'jMia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

*j£l Houston. April 2, 1870. The Suhkt South.—Thousands and tens of thousuiids ot people in the cold climate and barren regions of the North are now looking to the Suds ny Sooth for permanent homes. Let them come to oar genial climate and become rich cultivating oar fertile soil. v Let oot the Galveston News be dis- turbed at oar Ship Channel. It will not require the foar hundredth part of what the Saez Canal has cost to make it a success. Let Galveston wak3 up to her own interest, and we of Houston will take care of ours. And we repeat, that the day ill come when Galveston will look upon the Ship Channel as a blessing, and that her fears will be turned into joy at its success. « Connor, in the 2d District, beat Grafiion "for Cougres, 1895 votes, and yet the Houston Union declared that Grafton would get the seat. He made the attempt bat failed. Connor is an oat and oat Democrat, and tho' charged with abasing the Administra tion, the Honse gave him the seat. This is conclusive eviden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

i ft jtm/gggaaBanmwn 11111 i"1 " JBa .1 , -• . -V^B« TH E HEW FOUiiDLAND BITTER •**n fma .j"yrym An E xceUen ti pp et: zerf i«f#iee *E: sti>"?£ t>T *Q \fn Jtmte stomachic, ' -'J±S. )o aors^i ?•>-- vf. !♦ ••..::. - • <: '- .'= •. ? AKD v •-.•• :;t-«-•.••.:• ' GENERAL TONIC. Smewing the Blood, Strengthening the Whole Animal Economy, and Eradicating the Die- ease* of <*e Utomaeh, the Liver, the Intes- tinet, and fte t&ieKi '■ •• '* "« '* •'•51 ■1*. Newfoundland Bitter la *MMW|MMd ttcm- i^aw tonic, mad stlmnlktlag ymtntloD, rtfch ft daily wrored by enlartl* o llfc lpe liilm«ll th t It purports to work, it prodncw result* hisblr frror bl to *11 p«rsoiu vhouw it reeoUrly. It it* most pleuins eordial. which wins the rje by lt< beautlfa color Mid perfect limpidity, while its extniilte wtot and iU ItBteNwi <kr«mde tincture of blttormeei ax truly dolieloas to tbetasta. Its com position ad- W« >MHMWpy UtoeM stfMtiniirot «to«r*eiric it once, fit N«w : srita^^a.*«as^f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

Houston, At>ril 1 • .1870. Bobberies of tbe Custom House are now said to be castomry. There ia most encouraging newe from tbe Darien exploring expedition. The prospect is that an available route will be readily discovered. The Indians we friendly. X When you are unjastlv assailed by ■ft newspaper, the very best notice youean give of it is silent contempt. This weapon will cut such writers •deeper than any other. A Quaker gentlemen residing ia Pennsylvania,§ in his 78th birthday, j •cast up mentally, the number of hours,, minutes, and seconds, he had lived, and announced tbe numbers correctly This would be difficult for a man of any age to do. Giving Credit.—We try earefally to do this to our exchanges, for what is copied from them, and if we ever fail, It ie not intentional. We prepared two" articles, one. containing a form of Petition for lemoval «.t- Disabilities, and directions concerning it, and the other, giving Information to Immi- grants, and though they have been extensiy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

\ The Telegraph- J. C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. : sr/y/-*.. agents. BB. A. A. MoBI Y jK.'Galreaton -Agent. A. G. GEARING Traveling Texas Ag^nt. ' «r.T. PARKS. do vs.* <• '■ do M_ A. MILTON,! do do (to ■■Ten ; of the feltxraph. mi OTturn^ Daily y« r.-tl6 > fiimiz month-. S 8{ • -or oac-tionttavll 50. rn-W«ekiy. p«r y« r; 14 .-><> for sii toathe. Weekly, per jpar, SS Single copies. | Houston, -April 3 1870. WA!rrii.'—A' gentleman to teach •ehool in a good neighborhood near Bceabam. Apply at once at the Hatching House to • D L. McGary. diane, it the latter wishes to setup housekeeping on their own hook, j Loaia Ross, a.brother of the cele- |br.ited Cherokee John Ross, is dead. 1 He was a sacces&tal merchant, and a Arazoma has been visited with an earthquake, the first since it was eettlecfby the whites. At Taceon and vicinity they have the small poz. The prospect is good for a speedy resumption of specie payments. The custom of giving specie in change, in small am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

H-MM JHMmsHMttywHT rltmaawiiu.''pi1w^K; ? The New Orleans Picayone is pret ty bard on the members of the late Legislature of that State, and gives reasons why that body did not grant a charter to the Texas and New Or- leans Railroad:— All the corporation <desired was the simple rigbt of way, construction and operating this link of communication with Texas. The State Sen ate prompt- ly and ananimonsly .passed this char- ter, bat when it went down to the •Honse of Representatives it was per- mitted to lay npoa the table unno- ticed until the last night of the extra BeB8ionr when it wascalled up and re« ferred to the Committee on Railroads about three hours before the final ad<> journment. The applicants for this charter bad committed a great mis> take in preferring it without applying for a monopoly, or the issue of State bonds in aid of their undertaking, or employing skilled lobyists to manipu- late votes. They offered nothing to members for their support, and with old f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1870

DR. M'LANE'S CELEBRATED Liver pills, FOR THE CURE OF \ Hepatitis or Liver Complaint, ©yspepsia and sick headache. Symptoms "WYAIN in the right side, under the Jl edge of the ribs, increase on pres- sure; sometimes the pain is In the left side; the patient is rarely able to lie on the left side; sometimes Ae pain is felt under the shoulder- Made,- and it frequently extends to She top of the shoulder, and is some- *knes mistaken for a rheumatism in du arm. The stomach is affected -«nth loss of appetite and sickness; «&e bowels in general are costive, sometimes alternative with lax; the Sicad is troubled with pain, accom- panied with a dull, heavy sensation ia the back part. There is generally si considerable loss of memory, ac- companied with a painful sensation -oiif leaving left undone something •which ought to have been done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes an at- tendant. The patient complains of weariness and debility; he is easily ■startled,, his feet are cold or burning, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

'4-tv^' ri r&Kr^&0%S*z-« .a - |mBNKh3R^^5 V • • -\ V -" - *' ■ i$ . ' - \~x\ - ■ .< ■ -.-'-V - , s$§5&&* v ■ -V v* -5;^--' J* ">V " ^S^Sfr ■ |j^ Si — Houston April 13, 1870 What does it mean! Yes, does it mean, that the people North and South, East and West, honor; Gen. R. E. Lee everywhere f It means simply a tribute to the mod- esty and worth of a great man. His position in the late war is swallowed np in the merit of the man, and in history, not one who took part in that war will have a higher place. Lately at Charlotte, Nv C , he was enthusi- astically received by late Federals and Confederates, and should he travel all over the Union, it would be so everj where. HOUSTON TELEGRAPH • mmm*. aKiiaPPfl t*' * Wo bad a call yesterday-from Bro Toml-nson of the Calvert Enterprise, one of our valued exchanges. While in the office, he called for hia last pa- per, and upon reading i0 it the fol« lowing local item, he stated that when he left home on Friday last there ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1870

PUBLIC MEETING, IP1SP§58 *' i I lll&s W*: BBfe €%?'£ tm fg §£r:- g&f ->. ' jgKglg^r'; Pliiv &$ • m r me1'' i- . - mm: gmg.%. WM- Wfl. y-'/ 1% * v-' W&: -•/ E&i '••.-• •••= Houston, April 8j 1870. Let the fire-eaters of Texas note the fact that their extreme views have alarmed the Germans of the Democratic party. that some of them have withdrawn from it, and that not a corporal's guard of them will follow extreme men. The promptness with which Con- gress seated Connor, Democrat from Texas, and removed the disabilities of Shaber, of North Carolina, and gave him h;s seat, shows that a more liberal spirit is gaining groand in that body. It is trae the seats of both these gentlemen may be contes- ted, and posBibly they may be ousted again-. The New York Herald almost al ways has some excitement on hand. That sheet wants San Domingo an- nexed, Mexico protected, and Cuba first reorganized, then greased and swallowed. And as Secretary Fi3h is too slow and the other me...

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